Clipping:Players not allowed to make grievances while on the road
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|Date||Sunday, March 13, 1881|
The rule adopted by the league last week at Buffalo, forbidding any player from making complaints or stating any grievances, except when the club who which he belongs is at home, will prevent a recurrence of the Jones affair of last year. It is now rendered impossible for any player, when he is about to depart with his club on a trip, and has made up his mind not to return with it, to leave his club in the lurch on some pretended grievance while he is away from home.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|